Da’ath: My Experience Crossing the Abyss Twice

“Daath creates change in so many ways that it cannot really be understood by those experiencing it. With regards to that fact, the demons involved change the spirit in more ways than can be quantified. That is the nature of the primordial key. Nothing changes unless the magickian is willing. Just open your heart and accept what changes occur.” -Belial

While I have previously discussed my gnosis of Daath, the divinities who govern it, and the beings who are trapped within it on multiple platforms, I have never spoken about the trials which Daathic initiation manifests in the mundane life of the celebrant. There is a simple reason for this: my first successful attempt at crossing the abyss was conducted during an extraordinarily tumultuous period in my life– so tumultuous, in fact, that I couldn’t tell which personal struggles were part of the Abyssic ordeal.

Now, I have crossed the abyss twice. I can see parallels in my first and second Daathic initiations, and because of that, I have a newfound clarity on the nature of Abyssic ordeals– or at least, on how they manifest in my life.

Daath has an extraordinary capacity for the transformation and reorientation of the witch. On one occasion, I remotely and forcibly initiated a stranger through Daath for the fun of it. His self-identified twin flame told me that he had betrayed her and others, and that he had forsaken his Satanic path and demonic guides. I proposed that we force him through the abyss without warning or consent, and Hekate confirmed that this was the right course of action. Within two months of our ritual, the man was back on the Qliphothic journey, back in a relationship with his twin flame, etc.

I watched the transformation that occurred within and without him from a distance. Once he had been informed of the fact that I had coerced him through Daath, he was grateful. He thanked me. After seeing the way that even unwilling Daathic initiation can change a person, I decided that I wanted to cross the abyss again.

Both of the Daathic initiations I underwent brought about something of a social reset. I was unexpectedly separated from a handful of local friends while I was crossing the abyss, and upon completing the journey, I was spontaneously rewarded with new friends that needed me just as badly as I needed them.

In addition to being distanced from local friends, I was influenced to depart from persons heavily influencing my spirituality. The first time I crossed the abyss, I permanently cut ties with my Occult mentor of the time. The second time, I left an Occult organization that I was part of.

The nature of these resets was nuanced. Some separations were beyond my control– some people moved far away, some people got irredeemably upset with me, etc. I couldn’t stop them from leaving. But when it came to the separations from Occult influences, Daath altered my perspective, showing me why I should depart. I separated myself from the mentor and the lodge of my own free will once the abyss showed me the bigger picture, so to speak.

There is a concept in the Occult community of practitioners getting stuck in the abyss– failing to adapt to its transformative forces and being stuck in the initiatory process for an undue period of time, if not forever. Becoming unexpectedly trapped in the abyss is a real phenomenon, but persons who know nothing of Daath often fallaciously accuse people who have crossed the abyss of being stuck in it. If you get stuck in the abyss, as I did during my second Daathic initiation, you will be given signs and/or messages indicating that that has occurred, and your Higher Self will be able to clearly delineate exactly what you should do to complete the initiation if you take the time to commune with it.

Getting out of Daath is just as transformative as going into it. It is upon the completion of the journey that your new friends are surreptitiously presented. In addition to this, exiting Daath will reconstruct your identity– you will realize how many times you’ve lied to yourself.

But of course, I am saying all this based upon personal anecdote. The journeys through the Qliphoth and Sephiroth are quite personal, so this essay must be taken with a grain of salt.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

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A Rite of Initiation Into Angel Magick

This ritual is intended for those who wish to embark upon the path of angel magick and believe it will be (or could be) a real and serious part of their spiritual journey. It is not necessary for practitioners of the angelic current to perform a formalized rite of initiation, as can be said of most other currents and pantheons, but I have found such rites to be consistently worthwhile for a myself and others when a new current/pantheon is being adopted.

This rite was channeled; the paragraph that looks like gibberish is a channeled verbal incantation. It only calls on the three archangels that I was guided to have it call upon– Raziel, Cassiel, and Gabriel. If you are serious about becoming a practitioner of angel magick, there are likely one or more other angels that strongly appeal to you, perhaps even one or more that you believe are your guardian angel(s). In this case, you are encouraged to expand the rite to incorporate calling-forths of them, albeit without altering the channeled incantation and words of power.

This ritual does not call upon the Abrahamic deity (Allah, Yahweh, Jehovah, etc.). Those of you who wish to venerate/work with him and/or given saints may modify the rite to incorporate them.

The following materials may or may not be of use to you in altering the rite.

Magickal Chants for the Seventy-Two Angels – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

Magickal Chants to Archangel Michael – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

Magickal Hymn to Michael – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

Magickal Chants to Raphael – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

Magickal Hymn to Raphael – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

All of the channeled incantations and words of power were spelled in whichever way I considered easiest to sound out.

The rite requires a given channeled sigil I was given by the spirits. Needless to say, memorizing this entire rite (or your modified version of it) would be an inordinate effort, so you will likely be alternating your visual focus from the sigil to the “cheat sheet” you have the ritual written down on.

Technically speaking, the rite can be performed successfully with nothing more than the ritual monologue script and the channeled sigil, but you are encouraged to incorporate candles, offerings, ritual tools, etc. at your own discretion and in accordance with your personal preference. I would recommend burning some lavender incense as an offering to all of the angels that you are calling on– I have found that angels in general enjoy lavender.

The word “Cacama” is the Sumerian precedent of the word Amen, and “Shallaphor” is a channeled word of power that I was guided to include in the rite.

Above: Channeled Sigil for the Rite

The ritual monologue is as follows.


I call to the angels of the celestial planes! Raziel, come forward! Cassiel, grant me your gnosis! Gabriel, stand beside me! Hearken unto my call and grant me initiation into the current of the angels!

Jozzahgay! Veahgoth! Shylphackor! Vylday’ara! Nayva Va Shea Bostra Syll Gavay Vallassee Meahkar Zadra Vaytoor Zakara Lylnar Phahkal Shialla Bock Vyndaroor!

Thank you, spirits! Gratitude to you! Embrace me as your adherent and celebrant!

Shallaphor! Cacama! Amen!

The Apotheosis Rite of Marduk

This ritual calls upon the Mesopotamian deity Marduk to empower the celebrant’s physical body, open internal spiritual gateways, break down mental blockages inhibiting spirituality, and incite magickal empowerment. It must be performed a total of fourteen separate times for its full transformative effects to be experienced. It is intended for advanced practitioners.

The rite will require one specific sigil. I believe sigils of Marduk are best drawn in green, but it’s alright if that isn’t an option. The same drawing of the sigil should be used until all fourteen performances are complete. Once all repetitions of the spell are done, the sigil is to be burned to ash, and the ashes are to be ground up, mixed with a beverage of your choosing, and consumed.

The incorporation of circle castings or opening rites, candles, etc. are optional and left to the discretion of the individual practitioner. Patchouli incense, however, must be burnt in offering to Marduk during, before, or after at least four of the ritual performances. The rite is as follows:


O, Merodach, Gloria! Salve Domine Marduk!
[Oh, Glory to Merodach! Hail Lord Marduk]

Tynlakay Zazazea Shyll Vossa Pah (x13)
[(Channeled Chant for the Rite)]

Dorlakara Mah Vea Sha Bylla Sonna!
[(Channeled Incantation for the Rite)]

Vavoraga + Shadassea + Veallanna + Shallakatar + Vorloss’borrashon
[(Channeled Words of Power for Any Rite to Marduk)]

Draytala Shovva See Vassar! Daylonna Bah Phayta Syck! Hozzazzee Veagon Shovva Possar!
[(Channeled Incantations for the Rite)]

Cacama! Salve Marduk!
[Amen! Hail Marduk]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Infernal Mass of the Metagods

This is a simple rite of demonic alchemy intended for intermediate to advanced practitioners. It calls upon four infernal metagods:

Saringoth- the metagod composed of the demons of the Grimorium Verum.

The Goetikon- the metagod composed of the seventy-two demons of the Ars Goetia. Also known as Pomhadox.

Chavajoth- the metagod composed of the eleven Qliphothic deities. Also known as Havayoth, Chavayoth, HVHI, and Azerate.

Sythrakor- the metagod composed of the twenty-two demons of the Tunnels of Set.

This rite may be performed however many times the practitioner wishes to perform it– it is simply a rite of great infernal empowerment. The celebrant may integrate offerings, sigils, candles, opening rites, etc. as she wishes. Translations of foreign phrases will appear in brackets and explanations will appear parentheses. Phrases written in italics are channeled incantations intended to be chanted (recited in a rhythmic monotone) a given number of times. If you lose count, simply recite the chant three more times and then move on.


Liftoach Pandemonium! O, Saringoth, Havayoth, Sythrakor, Et Pomhadox Gloriae!
[Open Up the Infernal Plane! Oh, Saringoth, Havayoth, Sythrakor, and Pomhadox, Glory Be to You}

Zazas Zazas Nasatanada Zazas!
[(Traditional Chant to Open the Abyss & Empower Any Operation of Demon Magick)]

I call to the Darksome Serpents of the Qliphoth! Exalt my essence and establish my spirit among the Infernal Divine!

Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia!
[Numinous (is the) Alchemical Journey & Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick]

Sythrakor Tayvarron Zulla Sheagga (x9)

Chavajoth Vava Tah Zaylar (x9)

Talakyk Zyll Sha Vayloor (x7)

Goetikon Zeeda Vah Bayssar (x9)

Trossa Saringoth Shay Vah (x9)

Anoki Adamas Ater (x7)
[I am the Black Diamond]

Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia! Liftoach Pandemonium!
[Numinous (is the) Alchemical Journey & Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick! Open Up the Infernal Plane]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Demoniac Mass of the Nine Kings

This simple rite calls upon the Nine Goetic Kings to subject the practitioner to demonic alchemy and holistic magickal-psychic empowerment. It may be performed however many times the celebrant likes; it is appropriate for beginners. Individual readers are welcome to incorporate candles, offerings, incense, sacred spaces, etc. into their performances of the rite at their own discretion. One ritual-specific sigil, which is to be burned after use, will needed for the rite.

Translations of foreign phrases will appear in brackets. Incantations which are meant to be chanted (i.e., recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone) will be presented in italics. The chants and incantations which make up this ritual were channeled specifically for this rite, and thus may not be useful outside of it.

Above: Channeled Sigil for the Rite

Liftoach Pandemonium! Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia!
[Open Up the Infernal Plane! Numinous (is the) Alchemical Attainment and Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick]

I Call Unto the Nine Infernal Kings of the Nightside,
Overlords of Chaos and Regents of Darkness,
Open the Gates to Sitra Achra,
And Manifest Your Power in This Realm!

Bael Donvah-Boss (x9)

Paimon Aydoor Kay’ah (x9)

Beleth Mahtal Agyll Bossah (x9)

Purson Bozzah Ah Aylorn (x9)

Asmodeus Ayvoor Kalah Dahvyll (x9)

Vinea Drahtoor Vaygon Davara (x9)

Balan Taynoor Sockah Azyll (x9)

Zagan Vastrah Azyll Gall (x9)

Belial Zalah Gaht Gazyll (x9)

Hada’goor Zockra Vynnah Akralah Aydon Vossah’parr Ayzaggon Vagaray Ayzalloor Kadarah Mahray Zay’torryn Zayva-Goor!

Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia Exat!
[In the Names of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick, It Is So]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Demoniac Mass of the Nine Divinities

This simple rite calls upon the Nine Demonic Divinities to subject the practitioner to demonic alchemy and holistic magickal-psychic empowerment. It may be performed however many times the celebrant likes; it is intended for advanced practitioners. Individual readers are welcome to incorporate candles, offerings, incense, sacred spaces, etc. into their performances of the rite at their own discretion. One ritual-specific sigil will be required, which is to be burned after use.

Translations of foreign phrases will appear in brackets. Incantations which are meant to be chanted (i.e., recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone) will be presented in italics. The majority of the chants and incantations which make up this ritual were channeled specifically for this rite, and thus may not be useful outside of it.

Above: Channeled Sigil for the Rite

Liftoach Pandemonium! Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia!
[Open Up the Infernal Plane! Numinous (is the) Alchemical Attainment and Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick]

I Call Unto the Nine Demonic Gods of the Nightside,
Overlords of Chaos and Regents of Darkness,
Open the Gates to Sitra Achra,
And Manifest Your Power in This Realm!

Satan Baydah Gaza Hall (x9)

Lucifer Sorrah Vah May’dalah (x9)

Flereous Gavar Sonnah Bay’galah (x9)

Euronymous Saprarah Gavay Sallyn (x9)

Unsere Gavay Paranah Saggay Salarah (x9)

Leviathan Koorlah Vasarah Barana Kavay (x9)

Verrine Satala Gassaea Valagah Amar (x9)

Amducious Pagar Vorryn Sagalah (x9)

Belial Abarah Katar Vaynoor Salaea (x9)

Aborryn Vakala Synnah Massah’ree (x4)

Satan Ahvonn Sallynnah Sala’kee Mozzabarr (x3)

Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia Exat!
[In the Names of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick, It Is So]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Demoniac Mass of the Eleven Rulers

This simple rite calls upon the eleven ruling deities of the Qliphoth to subject the practitioner to demonic alchemy and holistic magickal-psychic empowerment. It may be performed however many times the celebrant likes; it is appropriate for both intermediate and advanced practitioners. Individual readers are welcome to incorporate sigils, candles, offerings, incense, sacred spaces, etc. into their performances of the rite at their own discretion.

Translations of foreign phrases will appear in brackets. Incantations which are meant to be chanted (i.e., recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone) will be presented in italics. The chants and incantations which make up this ritual were channeled specifically for this rite, and thus may not be useful outside of it.


Liftoach Pandemonium! Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia!
[Open Up the Infernal Plane! Numinous (is the) Alchemical Attainment and Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick]

I Call Unto the Eleven Infernal Gods of the Nightside,
Overlords of Chaos and Regents of Darkness,
Open the Gates to Sitra Achra,
And Manifest Your Power in This Realm!

Nahema Sah-Toor Vaydorn Azyll (x3)

Lilith Azzah Vaylorn Katar (x3)

Adrammelech Vaylorn Abbah Azyll (x3)

Satan Vazar Gay Hagossah (x3)

Astaroth Hayvah Gah-Dorrah Agarah (x3)

Baal Dorvull Sanarah Hayvorren (x3)

Beelzebuth Fay’norren Valah Malacka (x3)

Moloch Hagah Vassah Abarah (x3)

Belphegor Katara Avah Bazzyn (x3)

Lucerifuge Bossah Vaynoor Gahday (x3)

Asmoday Haga’dynn Salah’koor Abahlynn (x3)

Dabbarock Hanagay Zadarock Vassaloor Bee’narah Vogga Ballyn! Gordavah Hayna Soll Phaynorren Bahdaray Sala’kee Pallon! Orbar Gonna Vaytala Zaytoor!

Ya Namosh Sitra De-Smola Alogos Drakosophia Exat!
[In the Names of the Sinister Left Side, the Unwritten Gnosis, and the Underlying Force(s) of All Demon Magick, It Is So]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Chants to the Egyptian Divinities of Chaos

In this post, I am releasing the all-purposed summoning chants I channeled for Apep and the seven members of the Ogdoad that I have yet to cover on this blog. These chants may be used for invocation, evocation, and spellwork alike, as well as for meditation with the spirits.

1. Nu: Dolpadrah Vynn Abarrah
2. Naunet: Dahvorn Azynnah Zalalah See’norrah
3. Heh: Zaytornn Vagalah Djee’norrah Azyll
4. Hauhet: Vahborrah Zonloor Kayvoor Akahdra
5. Kauket: Ormoth Vee’gondrah Vaytorthah Ayzonn
6. Qerh: Ayzorn Gah’daynah
7. Qerhet: Ozzahvyck Asaray
8. Apep: Hay-Gossah Azahkeen

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Chants for the Seventy-Two Angels

What follows are the all-purposed summoning chants I have channeled for the seventy-two angels of the Shem Ha-Mephorash. They may be used for invocation, evocation, and spellwork, as well as meditation with the spirits.

1.Vehuaiah: Donvay Ogga Sah
2. Jeliel: Toorna Iellah Zea
3. Sitael: Adala’ee Vayta
4. Elemiah: Hayda Voor Yon
5. Mahasiah: Kadra Moss Vaynoor
6. Lelahel: Bataral Vea Moss
7. Achaiah: Horsah Vien Bah-Yala
8. Cahetel: Taynvakoor Ozza Baea
9. Aziel: Tonna Vayn Basara
10. Aladiah: Tahmockra Voorrah Zay
11. Lauviah: Lossa Bay Vakayah
12. Hahaiah: Tordar Onjara Vayloor
13 Iezalel: Ostaea Veez Akayah
14. Mebahel: Tonbala Ea Mossahl
15. Hariel: Daytara Don Vamal
16. Hakamiah: Sorva Bossah Gaylon
17. Lauviah: Daynorrah Gana Vay
18. Caliel: Tordarr Ayva Nollal
19. Leuviah: Korv Amockra Vahgon
20. Pahaliah: Dahda Nah Ayvoor
21. Nelebael: Vayvoor Ossa Bayla
22. Ieiael: Amossa Gah Hayla
23. Melahel: Apara Ah Ayla
24. Hahuiah: Aybala Sah Ahvah
25. Nith-Haiah: Tayna Sala Aynal
26. Haaiah: Aytral Zay Basara
27. Jerathel: Vayloor Say Mossall
28. Seeiah: Amah Ay Assoll
29. Reiiel: Gapara Vala Ayv
30. Ornael: Batra Ah Amossa Ay
31. Lecabel: Gonna Alah Zayvoor
32. Vasariah: Korn Ah Aynorrah
33. Iehuiah: Tamar All Orr
34. Lehahiah: Pakaea Dah Aynorrah
35. Chevakiah: Akorr Orr Sala Gayvoor
36. Menadel: Kannorra Dovva Bay
37. Aniel: Dabay Azal Ahvoor
38. Haamiah: Damah Voor Agala Ossan
39. Rehael: Donboor Akar Aval
40. Ieiazel: Akonna Dov Bassyll
41. Hahahel: Gorvar Bogga Avah
42. Mikael: Bassyll Vanna Agala
43. Veuahiah: Ormara Don Vahkoor
44. Ielahiah: Daylorn Bastah Vaggal
45. Sealiah: Donvay Aysorr Zala Akah
46. Ariel: Dayna Dogga Amah Allyl
47. Asaliah: Borzay Akal Ordeenna
48. Michael: Dorsarah Davallyl Bay Ahvoor
49. Vehuel: Dorvahkoor Bossa Amah
50. Daniel: Hayla Sea Ahroor
51. Hahasiah: Pakah Ogga Allyn
52. Imamiah: Daydah Anara Ahveah
52. Nanael: Torvosrah Ahzeah Masalah
54. Nithael: Amasarah Avahgea Dozzallynn
55. Mabaiah: Donmoorah Donveah Bagahdyn
56. Poiel: Sorpahl Donvoor Ozbah
57. Nemmamiah: Sorbassyl Davahgyn Donmossall
58. Ieialel: Sorbahkee Onzahval Ossahtee
59. Harahel: Abasarah Onzahvee Sobbassal Malah
60. Mizrael: Donbasahl Zalassee Davavoor Marah
61. Umabel: Ostray’ahl Onzaval Onnahkee Osz
62. Iah-hel: Haysorn Zassee Zallyl Avvyn
63. Anianuel: Sorseah Onzallah Ahvee Amoss
64. Mehiel: Sondoor Ostara Onvea Baynorth
65. Damabiah: Honsakal Ozbaggyn Donvion Onjurrahl
66. Manakel: Onsatara Ospahkea Shonjuggor Mostrai’al
67. Itaiel: Sornkahtorah Ospahkoor Sorvakalah Mazahkoor
68. Chabuiah: Shorsalalah Azahkorryn Djorah-Gorah Havahkoor
69. Rochel: Horvahkoor Bazahgyll Donvee’lah Mozbahgoor
70. Iabamiah: Sorpay Zonday Ahv’door Poss
71. Haiel: Shorsalah Vornara Byndall Synnah
72. Mumiah: Shormay Donvyll Bakar Zahvoor

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia